Brithdays, celebrations and private hire
Need a big venue to get the family all back together? Look no further, we’ve got it covered. With a standing capacity of 150 in the main hall you can invite your extended family and still have oodles of space. If you’ve got an entertainer there’s also staging and a sound system. Whether it’s an anniversary, birthday or you just need an excuse to get together – we’re the perfect local venue.
How to book
Take a look at our booking calender to check your dates and when you know what’s what – get in touch with our Booking Clerk Julie who’ll be happy to help with any questions you might have.
Get in touch with Julie our Booking Clerk
Why book a village hall for a birthday or celebration?
Let’s be honest, our Village Hall isn’t the Ritz, but it could be made to look like it, or better! And it’s an infinitely more cost-effective and a great way to get small and large families together so you can spend your money where it matters. A birthday or celebration in a village hall is always special because it’s a blank canvas with very few creative restrictions so you can make it unique to you. Your event can be cool, romantic, blousy or fun – you really can have it all your own way.
A lovely space to hold a birthday party, light and airy with good clean facilities… we will be back!Catherine and family
You’re welcome to pop by and have a look at the Village Hall and explore if we’re the right place for your birthday or celebration.
- Capacity for up to 100 (seated) people in the Main Hall
- x 3 light an airy spaces
- Fully working kitchen with crockery, glasses, cutlery, hobs etc
- Projector for those all important speeches
- Super fast internet
- Toasty central heating
- Wheelchair access throughout
- Outdoor space
- No corkage fee
How much does it cost to hire?
The main Hall can be hired from just £15 per hour for residents or £25 for non residents, or you can hire the whole complex for a day from – £430.00.
As we’re an independent charity, so by booking your event with us, you’re also directly helping contribute to the future of the hall and putting something back into the local community – this will ensure we’re here for future generations.